Goodbye Cruel World is also very moving. Side two: Vera is only filler to people who don't know what the hell it's about (We'll meet again some sunny day).
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Uh The Dealaving attempted the whole epic-length prog thing, what with the side-long tracks on each of their past two albums, the group was not content to try and make themselves into competition for Yes, ELP, and the like, and with good reason; they didn't have the requisite instrumental skills, and the fact was that regardless of their phenomenal success with "Echoes," it was obvious that the group's forte was in shorter song structures ("One of These Days," etc).
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Animals is a great album and others like Dark Side, Meddle and Piper are very good as well but then you have albums that are mostly boring (Wish You Were Here), annoying (The Wall) or both (Final Cut).
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Good songs they may be, I have no idea why a person would want to hear a live version of "Grantchester Meadows" or "Green is the Colour" or "The Narrow Way Part 3" (I could imagine it if they included 1 and 2, though), especially when the last two have some of the worst Gilmour singing I've ever heard.I guess there are some bits of interesting "new" material, like the cool ambience of "Behold the Temple of Light" (the best "static" passage by far here), or the passages of "Labyrinth of Auximenes" that would later be adapted into the stage version of "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun," but aside from those, I'm just confused like crazy as to why this concert has gotten so much acclaim over the years.
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Side two begins with the extremely downbeat (also acoustic) ballad "Goodbye Blue Sky," which reflects the disillusion of growing up in post-war Britain and not getting the childhood that would have come without the war, and it's a nice duet between Dave and Roger.
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It's merely that, as it tires me to sit upright for any length of time, I can't type very neatly and can't do many pages a day." Besides, he added, it was "wonderful" what mistakes a professional typist could make, and "in this book there is the difficulty that it contains a lot of neologisms".The typescript of George Orwell's latest novel reached London in mid December, as promised.
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The way it starts as a low-key mix of slow, disjointed chords perfectly illustrates a black cloud of depression around Pink's head, making the world seem dark and clouding his good judgement, and when it builds to Roger singing, "Why are you running awaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay" and then fading into Dave singing, "Ooooooooooooh baaaaaaaaaaaabe," it's just absolute depressive bliss.The side closes out with "Another Brick in the Wall Pt.